7 modules designed to perform static model calculations using Boolean logic (block diagrams, reliability/failure trees, bowtie calculation method/LOPA, etc.) for reliability, safety and risk analyses with fast and accurate results.
GRIF (GRaphical Interface for reliability Forecasting) is a software suite of excellence that determines the fundamental indicators of reliability and dependability (Reliability - Availability - Performance - Safety).
GRIF comprises 3 packages and 12 modules allowing the user to choose the most appropriate modelling technique for the resolution of the studied system (block diagrams, fault trees, Markov graphs, Petri nets...).
The software integrates mature and powerful calculation engines (ALBIZIA and MOCA-RP), as well as pre-integrated architectures that facilitate the modeling of any reliability study.
The result of more than 40 years of Research and Development within TotalEnergies, GRIF has mature, high-performance calculation engines with modeling capabilities that meet the requirements of all your reliability studies, whatever your field of activity.
Discover the GRIF software suite with the short YouTube video.
To learn even more about the origins of GRIF, read the article "Jean-Pierre Signoret tells the genesis of GRIF".
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English and French*
* Based on the results of a 2021 user survey
Whether for an oil platform, aircraft, train or water supply system, GRIF evaluates the reliability and availability of any system using a range of computational techniques. The GRIF software suite offers a wide variety of calculation methods so that users can select the most appropriate (analytical, simulation, etc.), according to the system being modeled.
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